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August 6, 2021

Loft: top of the town

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Cheeseboard at Loft

S Haslam

Winter doesn’t have to mean hibernation! Shake off those winter woolies and enjoy the best of town again. 

Loft Byron Bay has just launched their Happy Hour Snacks menu! Combined with their ever-popular Happy Hour drinks offering, this makes for the perfect afternoon soiree. Their signature Cheese or Charcuterie Boards are half price ($15), plus you can choose from a $9 snack menu featuring dishes like Tempura Eggplant and Fried Squid, every day from 4–6pm.

Loft Byron Bay has arguably one of the best vantage points in town, sitting at the top end of town, opposite the Beach Hotel and high above the streets below. With views out to Main Beach, it’s the perfect spot to wind down after a long day at work or a weekend sunset drink with friends!

You will need a drink with that cheeseboard – their Happy Hour Drinks include $14 margaritas (classic or chilli), $12 Aperol Spritz and $6 house beer and wine.

For those late night people Loft also has some great cocktail specials. Cocktail specials run from 9pm till close every night, and the $15 cocktails include their famous Lychee Chilli Coconut Martini, a Tommy’s Margarita or the Popcorn Espresso Martini. Or, for that late night pick-me-up, they have two for $20 Espresso Martinis. 


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